Natural Remedies for High Blood Pressure

pexels-photo-905485.jpegLifestyle factors such as stress, diet, and lack of exercise can lead to hypertension or high blood pressure, but it could also be in your genes. Here are 4 natural remedies that can help.

  • Hibiscus tea has been used to lower blood pressure for decades. Researchers found that after 12 days of drinking this tea, it reduced systolic (top number) by an average of 11.7% and diastolic pressure by 10.7%.
  • Magnesium Threonate. The mineral form of this vitamin leaves your gut and gets into the bloodstream faster and is easily absorbed to lower blood pressure.
  • Garlic cloves and garlic supplements have been proven to lower blood pressure and is rich in antioxidants.
  • Beets and its juice also has been proven to lower blood pressure.